Chlamydia is still the number 1 STD in America. What are you going to do about it?
Working in the global reproductive health arena, I think about the profound grief my own mother experienced having lost a child and then about the millions of women around the world who face this sort of grief as a part of their daily lives because they lack access to reproductive health care. But we can make a change this Mother’s Day.
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Heather Corinna’s explorative and gorgeous treatise on Love, with a capital "L", for young people (but, believe us, it’s a must-read for all ages!).
CALL TODAY TO SAVE FAMILY PLANNING
at most common that pregnant mothers should need the very best for
their newborns and to that end, it is significant to prepare sure that
they are all consuming the most full of nutrients diets for their
Sex happens: 125 million times each and every day. So how is it that in the 21st century this precious element of human existence is still taboo? Strengthening sexual and reproductive health and rights must become a global priority. Our future depends on it.
I call on all progressive mental health and health care professionals, spiritual organizations, womens groups and other progressive organizations to create and sponsor and support and cover this Womens Reproductive Health Forum
Health reform must include pregnancy planning and prevention
services, which will improve health, strengthen families, improve child
well-being, enhance our workforce, and reduce taxpayer burden.
Along with the rest of the country eagerly anticipating the inauguration of Barack Obama, the majority of American women will be reveling in the fact that those who wanted to curb a woman’s right to choose didn’t make it to the Oval Office.